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The 60 Ultimate Things to Do in Cape Town with Kids

[Update: October 2022] Are you planning to entertain your little ones in the Mother City during the next school holiday? Compiling a list of things to do in Cape Town with kids can be challenging. Where do you start?

We can help with this guide to the best 60 things to do in Cape Town with kids. We’ll take you through this list of attractions, activities, parks, playgrounds and more.

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1. Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens

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Local and international visitors regard these gardens as one of the most stunning in the world. The Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens is something you cannot miss with regard to things to do in Cape Town with kids.

Your young ones can learn about nature and enjoy numerous shades of colours while on picnics. One of the top activities the kids can experience is the Tree Canopy Walkway (the “Boomslang”). In the shape of a snake, the walkway offers views of incredible life-sized, tin-made dinosaur sculptures at the Cycad Amphitheatre. Children under the age of 17 years can enter for free during school holidays.

Address: Rhodes Drive, Newlands, Cape Town, 7735


  • Adults – R210
  • Students/learners of 18 years and older from a South African institute (with student card): R50
  • Children 6 to 17: R30
  • Children under 6: Free
  • South African residents over the age of 60 (with ID): Free on Tuesdays except on public holidays

Why we like it: The gardens provide access to many hiking trails. You can indulge in a meal at a choice of 3 restaurants, Moyo, the Kirstenbosch Tea Room, and Vida e Caffè.

Insider tip: The map (which you can download from the gardens’ website) is worth it. If this is your first time at Kirstenbosch, you will need a guide to find your way around.

Also Read: Explore Johannesburg Zoo

2. Two Oceans Aquarium

This unforgettable aquarium is number 2 on our list of things to do in Cape Town with kids. It’s where all ages can learn something new about aquatic creatures. Over 8000 species of different sea animals find their home in the Two Oceans Aquarium.

For the little ones, there is plenty to do. Visit the shark exhibition to spot different types of sharks. At the I&J Ocean Exhibit, meet different rays (stingrays, eagle rays and more). Kids that love the movie “Finding Nemo” can do it themselves at an impressive viewing bubble where Western clownfish will surround them.

Address: Dock Road, Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, Cape Town, 8002


  • Adults – R220
  • Children, 14 to 17 – R165
  • Children, 4 to 13* – R105
  • Kids Under 4* – Free
  • South African pensioners – R165

*Adults must accompany children under the age of 14.

Why we like it: Visiting multiple times will never be a waste. The Two Oceans Aquarium is constantly acquiring new information on sea creatures.

Insider tip: You can get discounted tickets if you visit after 15:00.

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3. Table Mountain National Park

table mountain national park things to do in cape town with kids
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Cape Town’s magnificent natural landmark greets visitors when they visit the Mother City. The Table Mountain National Park is a natural world heritage site and one of the 7 Natural New Wonders of the World.

The national park offers a variety of things to do in Cape Town with kids. There are several trails to the Cape of Good Hope, Cape Point, and more. You could go cave exploring while spotting various animals.

Address: Tafelberg Road, Cape Town, 8000

Price: Hiking the Table Mountain National Park is free for the most part. Conservation fees are required to access other areas. Check out this price breakdown to see more.

Why we like it: Are you looking for outdoor adventures in and around the Mother City? The national park offers days’ worth of exploration.

Insider tip: There are over 60 kid-friendly trails, including Cecilia Waterfall via Cecilia Forest, Newlands Forest via the Countour Path, and the Pipe Track from Kloof Nek.

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4. The Cape Wheel

The Cape Wheel at the V&A Waterfront is a popular venue for solo visitors, couples and families. If you take the little ones on this ride for the first time, they might not forget the exceptional views.

Address: Dock Road, V&A Waterfront, Cape Town, 8000


  • Adults (18 years above with ID) – R160
  • Non-South African Residents (18 years above) – R220
  • Children (4-17 years) – R85
  • Under 4 years – (Free of charge)
  • South African Pensioners (Valid RSA ID required) – R85

Why we like it: The outstanding 360-degree views waiting for you at the summit are simply unforgettable.

Insider tip: For kids under 12 years old, they can join the Kid’s Sky Riders Club. They will receive a free ride during their birthday month. Fill in the online form on the Cape Wheel website so that your child can join the club. Additionally, you will be informed about special deals and receive invitations for Seagull Sam’s special fun days.

While you’re in the V&A Waterfront, you might be inclined to offer the children an adventure in the water.

5. Cape Point Nature Reserve

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Number 5 on our list of things to do in Cape Town with kids offers breathtaking sights with stone cliffs, picturesque bays, fynbos, beaches and charming green hills and valleys.

Treat the children to the history of Cape Point with stories about the intense shipwrecks, myths about hidden treasure, and the ghost story of the legendary Flying Dutchman. They’ll see southern right whales out to sea during the winter. On land, they might catch sightings of Cape Mountain Zebra, Klipsprings, the Cape clawless otter, and more.

Address: Cape Peninsula, Simon’s Town, 7995


Entry tickets

  • SA Adults (with ID) – R90
  • SA Children* – R45
  • Standard Entry Adults – R360
  • Standard Entry Children*- R180
  • SADC National Adults – R180
  • SADC National Children* – R90
  • Funicular tickets
  • Adult return tickets – R85
  • Child* return tickets – R45
  • Pensioner** return tickets – R50
  • Adult one-way tickets – R70
  • Child* one-way tickets – R35

*Adults must accompany children.

**South African pensioners must show identification.

Why we like it: The panoramic views and sense of adventure makes this nature reserve a charming getaway.

Insider tip: If you see any baboons, keep your distance. Don’t let them get close to you, don’t feed them and don’t let them into your vehicle. Baboons can become aggressive.

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6. World of Birds Wildlife Sanctuary & Monkey Park

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This item on our guide to things to do in Cape Town with kids is for you animal lovers. World of Birds has a unique 3 000 species on site. In addition to providing visitors with the opportunity to interact with some of the world’s most awe-inspiring inhabitants, the park serves as a conservation site. The park surrounds circular walkways lined with aviaries filled with various beautiful creatures that emerge from one enclosure to the next. Some are caged, while others are free to roam, fly overhead, or shuffle along the path in search of food or the nearest pool to splash in.

Address: Valley Road, Hout Bay


  • Adults – R130
  • Children (3-16) – R50
  • Children (under 3)

Why we like it: If you’re an animal lover, you will enjoy the World of Birds as much as your kids.

Insider tip: Wednesday is the day you should go to be able to explore this venue at your own pace.

7. Giraffe House

The Giraffe House Wildlife Awareness Centre staff make it easy to see some of Africa’s incredible wildlife and bird species. This zoo, which focuses on African wildlife, aims to provide a platform for people to enjoy the outdoors while experiencing and learning about animals and why they are unique.

Address: Corner of R304 and R101, Muldersvlei


  • Adults – R80
  • Pensioners – R55
  • Children (2-15) – R50

Why we like it: It’s not just giraffes at this zoo. Also, look out for meerkats, elands, tortoises and more.

Insider tip: Avoid Giraffe House’s busy periods by visiting between Wednesday and Friday.

8. The V&A Waterfront

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This venue on our list of things to do in Cape Town with kids is one of the city’s leading attractions. More than 80 restaurants offer a fusion of international and local cuisine, ranging from fine dining to rustic al fresco. Indulge yourself in various activities and attractions, such as helicopter rides, sunset cruises, and more. The V&A Waterfront is home to over 500 retail stores,  12 hotels, five museums, and live entertainment showcasing the best local talent.

Address: 19 Dock Road, Victoria & Alfred Waterfront

Price: Varying costs.

Why we like it: From themed boat rides and beautiful play areas to fun-filled holiday programmes, this is one place where kids will always have fun and adventure.

Insider tip: Monday is the least busy day at the V&A Waterfront.

9. RUSH Claremont

Rush Indoor Trampoline Park provides thrills, excitement, fun, and challenges. More than 1,700 square metres of wall-to-wall interconnected trampolines, a hydraulic slam dunk basketball hoop, four climbing walls, a dodgeball court, a foam pit, high-performance trampolines, a ninja warrior course, four climbing walls and more are available. In addition, Rush provides visitors with free Wi-Fi, superb coffee, healthy snacks, and a cake bar.

Address: 25 Stegman Road, Claremont

Price: Varying costs.

Why we like it: RUSH Claremont caters to active participants and spectators. So parents can join their kids in all the fun or sit back and watch.

Insider tip: While the venue does accept walk-ins, if you have children with special needs, book ahead of time so that you can arrange proper supervision.

10. Exotic Animal World

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Visitors formerly knew the next highlight from things to do in Cape Town with kids as Butterfly World. Exotic Animal World has an extensive collection of miniature animals and invertebrates. Their tropical freshwater fish section is exceptional and one-of-a-kind. They house lemurs, marmosets, meerkats, owls, guinea pigs, degus and chinchillas, and even Slinky the Ferret!

Address: R44, Stellenbosch


  • Adults – R88
  • Children (3 and older) – R49
  • Students and pensioners – R79
  • Family (2 adults and 2 kids) – R225

Why we like it: Exotic Animal World also includes a restaurant, Café Lemur, where they’ll treat you to meals, hot drinks and delicious cakes.

Insider tip: This location gets most of its visitors during the weekend. Make your way there during the week, especially Wednesday, if you’d rather experience a quieter time with your kids.

11. HintHunt Cape Town

HintHunt, the South African company that made escape rooms famous, brings you a thrilling interactive experience. Teams of friends, colleagues, or family are locked away in a themed room and challenged to solve riddles and puzzles in 60 minutes or less. The newest experience, the Prison Break-style Escape Plan, divides your crew into two cells with nothing but a cupboard, a bed and something about an Italian written on the wall. “Dirty socks, a tattoo, a makeshift wrench, why 6?” are just a few hints your team will need to decipher to escape.

Address: Watershed, 17 Dock Road, Victoria & Alfred Waterfront


  • 2 players – R590
  • 3 players – R885
  • 4 players – R1180
  • 5 players – R1475
  • 6 players – R1770

Why we like it: This activity will be great for parents and children since it promotes teamwork and tests participants’ mental agility.

Insider tip: If you’ve never played an escape room game before and are not sure you have the knack for it, there are free online games you can play to get acquainted with escape room games.

12. Scratch Patch and Cave Golf

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Parents and children can together enjoy a treasure hunt and a round of indoor golf with this next highlight on our guide to things to do in Cape Town with kids.

The “scratching” is a hunt of sorts for gemstones and thousands of polished stones. Ideal for any age. You can also buy gemstones and polished stones. The cave golf will bring out the competitive side in all the participants! Who will make it to the final hole first? Don’t miss out on one of the fun things to do in Cape Town with kids.

V&A Waterfront
Address: 1 Dock Road, Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, Cape Town, 8001

Simon’s Town
Address: Dido Valley Road, Simon’s Town, Cape Town, 7995

Scratch Patch

  • Small bag (contains around 140 grams) – R30
  • Medium bag (contains around 300 grams) – R45
  • Large bag (contains around 1200 grams) – R140
  • Cup: (contains around 630 grams) – R90

Cave Golf

  • Round of golf – R35 per player
  • Groups of 10 – R30 per player

Additionally, there is a refundable deposit of R20 per player. You will be refunded once you return the golf clubs.

Why we like it: Since it’s great for all ages, you and your child can have fun together searching for treasure and trying to outdo each other at cave golf.

Insider tip: You might find the indoor setting to be too warm, so be mindful about what you choose to wear before you visit.

13. Grandwest Casino and Entertainment World

Next on our list of things to do in Cape Town with kids is Grandwest Casino and Entertainment World. It’s the place to go for kid-friendly activities, restaurants, and a fantastic lineup of events perfect for the upcoming school holidays. GrandWest is also known for its kid-friendly restaurants and family entertainment. In addition, it’s where you’ll find the Western Cape’s only ice skating rink. GrandWest also has an arcade and a crèche.

Address: 1 Jakes Gerwel Drive, Goodwood

Price: Costs vary.

Why we like it: The various things the kids can enjoy mean hours of entertainment. At the same time, the casino offers even more for adults.

Insider tip: Grandwest gets busy during weekends and on weeknights. If you want to avoid long lines, visit during the day.

14. Glowing Rooms – 3D Glow-in-the-Dark Minigolf

Glowing Rooms
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Glowing Rooms SA, in Milnerton, is a 3D glow-in-the-dark mini golf experience. This unique golf experience is the first of its kind in South Africa. Visitors can experience gorgeous colours and images throughout the course using imported 3D glasses that produce impressive 3D pictures. You can also choose to try Lumo gear to get into the game and enjoy the experience with the whole family.

Address: 1 Turf Club Road, Milnerton


18-hole course

  • R130 per person (this includes 18 holes of glow-in-the-dark mini golf)

Specially themed UV event room (minimum of 10 people)

  • R230 per person (this includes the 18-hole course, a slush and exclusive use of the event room for 2 and a half hours)

Non-players and pensioners

  • Non-player – R70
  • Pensioner – R70
  • Pensioner non-player fee – R50

Why we like it: Glowing Rooms offers adults and kids the chance to have plenty of fun in a visually stunning environment.

Insider tip: Glowing Rooms is only open during the weekend, and Saturday is the busier of the two days. Head there on a Sunday if you don’t want the pressure of other groups interfering with your fun.

15. CityROCK Cape Town – Indoor Climbing Gym

This item on the guide to things to do in Cape Town with kids is for the athletic and adventurous. Children enjoy climbing, and CityROCK is a place for them to have fun. They can develop fine muscle control, a sense of accomplishment, and body awareness. Those who consider taking it more seriously can build proper climbing skills.

Address: 9 Milner Street, Paarden Eiland

Price: CityROCK’s costs vary.

Why we like it: Safety is a top priority at this venue, so you can relax knowing CityROCK will take care of your child.

Insider tip: The parents of children under 13 will need to make a booking unless they have a membership.

16. Table Mountain Aerial Cableway

Table Mountain Aerial Cableway
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Don’t miss out on one of Cape Town’s most popular attractions! To reach the top, take the Table Mountain Cable Car, which provides breathtaking panoramic views of the city and photo opportunities worthy of social media. The rotating state-of-the-art cable car takes visitors from the lower station to the top in around 5 minutes. It runs seven days a week, with trips taking between 10 and 15 minutes. Throughout the year, the time of the day’s final excursion varies.

Address: Tafelberg Road, Gardens


  • Morning Adult (18 and older) – Return R395 and Oneway R220
  • Morning Child (4-17 years) – Return R195 and Oneway R120
  • Afternoon Adult – Return R340 and Oneway R220
  • Child – Return 170 and Oneway R120
  • Senior Citizens (60 and older) – Return R110 and Oneway R60
  • Students – Return R230 and Oneway – R130

Why we like it: The views you’ll get while in the cable car up to the top will be unforgettable.

Insider tip: There are two queues, one for the tickets and one that leads to the cable car. To avoid standing in both lines, purchase tickets online to skip the ticket queue.

17. Bounce World

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The 16th entry on our list of things to do in Cape Town with kids is situated in Montague Gardens. Bounce World is ideal for little ones 9 and younger. Children can look forwards to lots of jumping fun with the location providing several jumping castles.

The venue is a preferred birthday hotspot. If your child has a special day coming up, Bounce World could be where you should take them.

Address: 15 Montague Drive, Montague Gardens, Cape Town, 7441


  • Walk-In – R105
  • Cricket/Soccer Party – R2100
  • Astro Soccer Party – R2200
  • Double Party – Price on request
  • Entry fee per child – R105
  • Bounce World Party – R2100
  • Bounce World Party Add-On – R1100

Party Packages

  • Birthday Party – R2100 (for 2 hours)
  • Adult spectators at no charge
  • Additional bands – R105 per band

Why we like it: Bounce World offers the kids a lot of fun indoors. The venue is great when the weather isn’t ideal for outdoor activities.

Insider tip: If you’re low on energy then this is where you should take your little ones.

If you’ll be having a long drive to Montague Gardens, get an aircon-regas for your vehicle for your return journey.

18. Mojo Market

A vibrant market in Sea Point is next with our exploration of things to do in Cape Town with kids. Mojo Market is an indoor contemporary food and lifestyle market. Open 7 days a week with free admission! Food stalls, bars, sports, and free live music every day.

Address: 30 Regent Road, Sea Point

Price: Costs vary.

Why we like it: With over 30 vendors and 4 bars, you will be spoilt for choice when it comes to food.

Insider tip: If you prefer to avoid a buzz of activity, visit Mojo Market on Monday. If you live for the party instead, pick any other day, especially Friday afternoon, evening, and weekend.

19. Wonderland

Wonderland in N1 City, Goodwood, has retro arcade machines, kiddie rides, and attractions that teenagers and adults enjoy. You might find more adults having a good time at this venue than children. Nevertheless, Wonderland provides an enjoyable experience for the whole family.

Address: Louwtjie Rothman Street, Goodwood (Inside N1 City Mall)

Price: Tokens are R2 each.

Why we like it: For adults who’ve enjoyed these retro games as children, Wonderland offers a way for parents and kids to have fun together.

Insider tip: Wonderland only allows 50 people at a time. It would be best then to time your visit during the week.

20. City Sightseeing Cape Town Main Office

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City Sightseeing’s Hop-On Hop-Off buses take you to key attractions throughout Cape Town, including Table Mountain, the V&A Waterfront, the Constantia Winelands, Cape Town Museums, and much more. To clarify, this item on our guide to things to do in Cape Town with kids will transport you to over 80% of the Mother City’s local and surrounding attractions. You can choose from several routes, including Cape Town, the Cape Peninsula, the Atlantic Sea Board and the Constantia Wine Estates.

Address: Ticket Office, Dock Road, Victoria & Alfred Waterfront (within the V&A Waterfront)

Price: Prices vary.

Why we like it: City Sightseeing will give you a chance to explore Cape Town with someone else doing the driving. Also, not having a hand on the wheel will free you to admire the attractions in and around the city.

Insider tip: Book your tickets online via their website or those of other travel and tour operator ticket companies.

21. Zip Zap Dome

Zip Zap is a vibrant and distinctively South African social and professional circus. Their mission is to inspire young people to build better lives for themselves. Take your little ones to one of Zip Zap Dome’s performances so they will be captivated by the colourful shows and breathtaking acrobatic maneuvres.

Address: 10 Jan Smuts St, Cape Town City Centre, Cape Town

Price: Ticket prices vary for each show.

Why we like it: The live entertainment will appeal to children and adults so that you can treat the whole family to a fantastic time at Zip Zap Dome.

Insider tip: Some events might have you sitting on the floor. Make sure to bring picnic blankets and pillows to be comfortable during the performance.

22. The Company’s Garden Restaurant

Next for things to do in Cape Town with kids is a charming restaurant within the serene Company’s Garden. This oasis in the city’s heart is popular with locals and tourists. The site is historically significant and a thriving urban space where buskers strum guitars and office workers sun themselves during lunch. Kids may find themselves charmed by friendly squirrels who run right up to them for a snack (make sure to purchase the bag of nuts to feed the squirrels, and do not feed them anything else).

Address: 15 Queen Victoria Street, Cape Town City Centre, Cape Town

Price: Check out Company’s Garden Restaurant’s menu.

Why we like it: The surrounding lush green open spaces of the Company’s Garden means your little ones will have plenty of exploring. At the same time, you indulge in a meal in the restaurant.

Insider tip: Visit the restaurant on Friday to ensure you don’t wait very long to get a table.

23. Ipic Play

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Head to Durbanville for the next instalment on our list of things to do in Cape Town with kids.

Ipic Play is the largest indoor adventure park in the Nothern Suburbs. The venue features several areas catering to different age groups. For children aged 0-2 years, Toddler Town will take care of them. Older children and adults get to enjoy the exhilarating Jump Zone, Gladiator Pit, the High Rope Course, Climb, and more.

Address: Corner of Burton and, Aurora Street, Durbanville, Cape Town, 7550


  • Ipic Play Grip Socks (compulsory) – R30*

Epic Play 6 & Older

  • Peak* – R125 (1 hour)
  • Off Peak** – R90 (1 hour)

Junior Play 3-5

  • Peak – R90 (1 hour)
  • Off Peak – R75 (1 hour)

Toddler Play 0-2

  • Peak – R75 (2 hours)
  • Off Peak – R60 (2 hours, R50-08:00-12:00)

*Friday-Sunday, Public holidays, school holidays
All prices are inclusive of Climb.

Why we like it: Adults get to join in the fun with the older age groups. If you’d rather relax, there are also adult supervisors to ensure all the kids stay safe.

Insider tip: Only a set number of children are allowed inside the park, so make sure to book your time slot online.


24. Iziko South African Museum

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A visit to the Iziko South African Museum will appeal to history buffs while boasting features that will attract children.

Kids will be stunned by a life-sized dinosaur display. The multi-sensory experience that the Planetarium offers will keep them engaged. There are also various exhibitions.

Address: 25 Queen Victoria Street, Gardens, Cape Town, 8001


  • Adults – R30
  • Children aged 6 to 18 years old – R15
  • Children aged 5 years old and under – Free
  • South African pensioners and students (with valid cards) – R15.00 / Free entry on Fridays

Why we like it: Besides the Planetarium, dinosaur display and exhibitions, there’s additionally a library focused on historical information.

Insider tip: There are always new exhibits, so visiting again can never be a mistake.

25. Cape Town Science Centre

The 25th entry on our guide to the top things to do in Cape Town with kids offers a world of discovery. The Cape Town Science Centre offers more than 250 exhibits and intriguing puzzles. Your little ones will be sure to have an enjoyable experience.

If your children are teenagers already, even better! The science centre is ideal for those looking to learn more while the younger ones have fun exploring all around the centre.

Address: 370B Main Road, Observatory, 7925


  • Youth (3-18) – R80
  • Adult – R80
  • Pensioner – R40
  • Family Package (4 people) – R280

Why we like it: Many of the exhibits are interactive, guaranteeing fascinating experiences while learning something new.

Insider tip: If you want to skip the crowds, visit the Cape Town Science Centre in the early morning.

26. Castle of Good Hope

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The Castle of Good Hope is the oldest surviving building in South Africa (built between 1666 and 1679).

There are plenty of things to do in Cape Town with kids at the castle. They can watch soldiers perform military duties. There are live cannon-firing demonstrations on the lawns between 10:00 and 12:00 (you might want to close your ears). They can also learn from the guided tours about the fascinating stories about the castle’s former prisoners.

Address: Darling Street & Buitenkant Street, Cape Town, 8001


  • Adults – R50
  • Kids (under 18) – R25
  • SA pensioners – R25

Why we like it: The guided tours are free.

Insider tip: The rooftop area is not marked but is accessible. To those who know, it’s like a hidden part of the Castle of Good Hope that you can visit.

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27. Iziko Bo-Kaap Museum

The Bo-Kaap Museum is in the historic and colourful area of the Bo-Kaap, in the Cape Town City Bowl. The building is one of the oldest in the area, originating from the mid-18th century. Today, you can admire the early Cape Dutch architecture as you witness the showcase of South Africa’s Islamic heritage.

Address: 71 Wale Street, Schotsche Kloof, Cape Town


  • Adults – R20
  • Children (6-18) – R10
  • Children (5 and under) – Free
  • South African pensioners and students (with valid cards) – R10

Why we like it: Besides learning about the area’s history at this museum, you can also take pictures worthy of Instagram, thanks to the array of colours in the Bo-Kaap.

Insider tip: It would be wise to visit the museum in a group.

28. South African Naval Museum

The next museum to feature in our list of things to do in Cape Town with kids offers battle stories and tours through a submarine. Children can listen to tales of heroism or find out how a sub looks inside. The South African Naval Museum dates back to 1966 and is a part of the South African Navy’s rich history.

Address: Saint George’s Street, Simon’s Town

Price: Free unless you wish to donate.

Why we like it: The level of detail and effort that has gone into the museum’s presentation makes the lack of an entrance fee seem unbelievable.

Insider tip: The weekend is the best time to visit the South African Naval Museum if you wish to skip long lines.

29. Cape Town Diamond Museum

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Learn about the diamond industry, history, and South African diamonds at the Cape Town Diamond Museum. Expect to see mining equipment, famous diamond replicas, historical artefacts, natural kimberlite specimens, and much more. You will also see how diamond jewellery is created from start to finish.

Address:  Level 1 Clock Tower, Clock Tower District, Victoria & Alfred Waterfront

Price: Free but donations are welcome.

Why we like it: If you love jewellery or trying to get more information so that you can buy that special someone a gift, this is the place to go.

Insider tip: While the Cape Town Diamond Museum does accept walk-ins, those who book in advance will have the guarantee of getting a place on the tours. Make sure to book ahead of time so you won’t be disappointed.

30. Robben Island

Next on our guide to things to do in Cape Town with kids is a famous attraction. Robben Island is a World Heritage Site and museum that offers daily tours. The tour begins at the V&A Waterfront’s Nelson Mandela Gateway. A former political prisoner leads the excursion once on Robben Island, offering a unique and experienced perspective. Robben Island provides one of many ways to teach our children about South Africa’s history and ensure they appreciate the country’s heritage.

Address: Off the western coast of South Africa, 6.9 kilometres north of Cape Town and east of Bloubergstrand


  • South African adults – R400
  • South African children (under 18) – R210
  • Non-South African adults – R600
  • Non-South African children – R310

Why we like it: Seeing Nelson Mandela’s cell certainly adds more depth to learn more about South Africa’s history.

Insider tip: Book your tickets online to ensure you get tour seats.

31. Auwal Masjid

Our final historic site has the honour of being the first mosque in South Africa, built in the year 1794. Many regard Auwal Masjid as the symbol of the struggle by Cape Muslims for the recognition of Islam. Unfortunately, the mosque does not give tours. Still, you can reach its beautiful grey exterior if you’re touring the Bo-Kaap.

Address: 43 Dorp Street, Cape Town City Centre, Cape Town

Price: Free

Why we like it: Auwal Masjid adds to the historic appeal of the Bo-Kaap.

Insider tip: Saturday to Thursday is the best time to go if you want to visit the mosque without a crowd limiting your space.


32. Boulders Beach

Keep the entire family entertained with a visit to Boulders Beach. This coastal location is where the kids can meet African penguins!

The children can explore rock pools, scale boulders, and swim in the clear, cool False Bay water. Day tours are available as well.

Address: Kleintuin Road, Simon’s Town, Cape Town, 7995

Price: R65 (Conservation fee – SA residents to show ID)

Why we like it: The conservation fee means crowding has less chance of happening.

Insider tip: Since crowding might still happen, if you want more space for yourself, visit between 08:00 and 10:00.

33. Camps Bay Beach

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This spacious and gorgeous beach offers a wealth of golden sand along the shore. It’s also just across the road are shops and cafés.

You’ll find many things to do in Cape Town with kids at Camps Bay Beach. The location is fantastic for beach sports like volleyball, soccer and frisbee throwing. Additionally, there’s a tidal pool at the southern edge of the beach.

Address: 63 Victoria Road, Camps Bay, Cape Town, 8040

Price: Free

Why we like it: This place has something for everyone. While it’s better known as a party destination, there are attractions and activities for the entire family.

Insider tip: Travelling to Camps Bay Beach can mean limiting what you can pack. It’s worth considering booking accommodation nearby.

34. Clifton Beaches

There are 4 beaches in Clifton, the 4th being the one with the most outstanding reputation.

2nd Beach is an ideal venue for families with popular outdoor activities like beach bats, volleyball and tossing a frisbee to and fro. If you’re looking for more quality though, 4th Beach is where you should go. With its Blue Flag status, it’s where you will find a clean and safe location.

Address: Clifton, Cape Town, 8005

Price: Free (there are sun loungers for hire)

Why we like it: Boulders separate each of the 4 beaches, meaning that there is little to no wind at times, which makes for perfect conditions for relaxing on the beach.

Insider tip: It would be wise to take some cash with you for the sun loungers. Access to the beaches is via stairs, so hiring the loungers would be better than carrying your own.

35. Noordhoek Beach

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This beautiful, long stretch of coastline is a preferred setting for sunbathers, beach strollers, horse riding, and kite surfing.

Besides the outdoor fun the kids can enjoy, a short drive inland will take you to the Noordhoek Farm Village. This location includes a bakery, ice cream shop (where kids can try hand-crafted ice cream), juice bar, and kids playground.

Address: Beach Road, Noordhoek, Cape Town, 7979

Price: Free

Why we like it: Noordhoek’s alluring, long beach is a superb place to relax in the sun.

Insider tip: If you visit the Wreck of the Kakapo, make sure to do it in a group and don’t carry cash and valuables.

36. Bakoven Beach

Bakoven Beach is a private and charming little beach, nestled between boulders between Camps Bay and Llandudno.

If you’re looking for more relaxing things to do in Cape Town with kids, this is where you should go. Because of the limited space, overcrowding doesn’t happen much as most visitors will go to the larger beaches in the neighbouring areas. There are picnic areas and playgrounds so that your little ones will be entertained.

Address: Bakoven, Cape Town, 8005

Price: Free

Why we like it: Since it caters to those who’d rather skip the crowds, Bakoven Beach is perfect if you’re looking for a quieter time.

Insider tip: While overcrowding doesn’t happen, space can run out. Make sure to get to the beach early.


37. Intaka Island

intaka island things to do in cape town with kids
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This exotic nature reserve provides a break from the commercial activity of the surrounding shops and businesses of Century City.

Itaka Island is home to 7 natural habitats, 120 bird species and 212 indigenous plants. The kids will find themselves engaged with the unique way they access the island: via a ferry ride! During the school holidays, there are programmes for children.

Address: Grand Central Precintp, 2 Park Lane, Century City, Cape Town, 7441

Day Visitors

  • Adults – R26
  • Children (under 12) – R16
  • Pensioners – R16

Boat Ride (Booking required)

  • Adults – R80
  • Children – R70
  • Pensioners R70

Why we like it: With shopping venues and business parks surrounding it, Intaka Island interrupts all that with its exotic natural beauty.

Insider tip: Wear comfortable shoes since you’ll be on foot when you’re not on the boat ride.

38. Acrobranch Constantia

Number 38 on our guide to things to do in Cape Town with kids offers adventure in a forest. Acrobranch Constantia features several obstacles catering to various levels.

Your children can look forward to loads of fun as they try to traverse courses with aerial obstacles. Acrobranch has crafted the courses to help youngsters develop healthily and physically. For your peace of mind, the children are fitted with safety harnesses before doing any of the courses.

Each course is set according to age ranges via the following colours:

  • Acro-twigs (Yellow) – 3-6 years
  • Monkey Moves (Green) – 7 years and older
  • Swinging Tarzan (Blue) – 7 years and older, 1.3m or taller
  • High Flying (Red) – 9 years and older, 1.3m or taller

Address: 1 Hout Bay Main Road, Hout Bay, Cape Town, 7806

Price (per person):

  • Acro-twigs – R150
  • Monkey Moves – R190
  • Swinging Tarzan – R230
  • High Flying – R280
  • Climbing gloves (compulsory) – R20*

*Children with gloves may use them instead.

Why we like it: Kids get to have fun and get fit safely.

Insider tip: Bookings can only be made online and in advance.

39. Toboggan Family Park

The Toboggan Family Park at Cool Runnings has the only toboggan track in Africa.

Youngers will experience a thrill as they have an adventurous ride down a half-pipe in a bobsled. The track is 1.25-km long and provides fast and safe fun. Cool Runnings does not allow kids under the age of 3 to participate.

Address: Off Carl Cronje Drive, Tygervalley, Cape Town, 7530

1x Ride

  • Adults (age 15+) – R80
  • Children (age 3-14) – R70

2x Rides

  • Adults – R210
  • Children – R180

6x Rides

  • Adults – R360
  • Children – R300

12x Rides

  • Adults – R600
  • Children – R480

Combos and passes are available as well.

Why we like it: The toboggan track is for adults as well, so you can also join in the exhilarating fun!

Insider tip: While you can go to book tickets at the venue, it’s better to book online and in advance to avoid long queues.

40. ScooTours Cape Town

More adventure awaits with our next item. You and your child will get to freewheel through Signal Hill into the Bo Kaap courtesy of ScooTours.

Each tour runs for 1.5 to 2 hours. Kids from 4-9 years old are paired with their parents to ensure their safety. The finale even features a trail descending a part of Table Mountain!

Address: 209 Tafelberg Road, Table Mountain (Nature Reserve), Cape Town


  • Drivers – R730
  • Passengers – R290
  • Kids Party Special
  • Drivers – R450
  • Passengers – R150

Why we like it: Scootours Cape Town provides fun and thrills for both parents and children.

Insider tip: Make sure to book your sessions online. Bookings close at 17:00 for the following day.

41. Helderberg Nature Reserve

helderberg nature reserve things to do in cape town with kids
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As we make our progress through our guide to things to do in Cape Town with kids, here’s an opportunity to break away from the city rush.

The Helderberg Nature Reserve offers various walking trails catering to different skill and endurance levels. Each path will show you the beauty of the reserve and the chance to spot local wildlife. Children can have fun at the jungle gym. You can also arrange to have kids’ parties at this venue. There is a gift shop as well where you can buy puzzles, toys, plush toys, educational books, and more for your child. A picnic area is also available.

Address: Verster Avenue, Helderberg Nature Reserve, Cape Town, 7135


  • Vehicle – R20
  • Bus (prior arrangement only) – R250 (less than 25) – R412 (more than 25)
  • Adults – R30
  • Children (3-7 years) – R20
  • Toddlers (under 3 years) – Free
  • Students (valid student card required)- R20
  • Pensioners (proof of identification required) – R20

Why we like it: The Helderberg Nature Reserve offers the entire family an unforgettable experience.

Insider tip: If you hike in the summer, make sure to start early morning so the heat doesn’t add an extra level of difficulty.

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42. Cape Town Ostrich Ranch

Your little ones can look forward to an amazing time with fun, educational tours featuring ostrich rides, and crafts.

A playground is available and you can organize birthday parties with the ranch. Youngsters will be engaged as they meet various species of ostriches as well as other large flightless birds. Little ones who love animals will enjoy this item on our list of things to do in Cape Town with kids.

Address: Van Schoorsdrif Road, Philadelphia, Cape Town, 7439


  • Adults – R109
  • Children (age 7-16 years) – R98
  • Children (age 2-6 years) – R55
  • Students – R65
  • Pensioners – R65
  • Disabled visitors – R65

Why we like it: The tour not only lets you meet the ostriches, it does this while treating you to spectacular views of the surrounding farmlands and Table Mountain in the distance.

Insider tip: Tour bookings should be done via email or phone. Check their website for more information.

43. Tygerberg Nature Reserve

Take the children on an adventure to explore the Tygerberg Nature Reserve. There are numerous hiking trails, with a good number of them ideal for the entire family.

Additionally, the kids (and adults) can learn about the nature reserve thanks to educational programmes. Picnicking spots are available as well.

Address: 1 Totius Street, Welgemoed, Cape Town, 7530


  • Adults (over 18) – R20
  • Children (3-17) – R10
  • Children under 3 – Free

Why we like it: Anyone who loves animals should check out the Tygerberg Nature Reserve. Discover various types of animal and plant species. Tortoises might cross your path!

Insider tip: Make sure to take a hat, sunblock and enough water, since there are no facilities in the reserve.

44. Newlands Forest

newlands forest things to do in cape town
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Number 44 on our guide to things to do in Cape Town with kids is for the entire family, even your pets. According to the rules, you can bring your dogs with you and let them off the leash on the trails (make sure to enquire about a My Activity Card before you visit).

Newlands Forest offers a selection of hiking paths, some ideal for kids and those learning to hike. There are spots to take a break and enjoy your refreshments.

You could even include a braai in your plans of exploring the forest. A braai area is available too, but you will need to pay to use it (more on that below).

Address: Table Mountain National Park, Cape Town, 0001

Braai area
SA citizens

  • Adults – R36
  • Children – R18
  • R25 per vehicle

SADC nationals

  • Adults – R72
  • Children – R36
  • R25 per vehicle

Foreign visitors (Standard Conservation Fee)

  • Adults – R144
  • Children – R72
  • R25 per vehicle

Why we like it: For the more experienced hikers, Newlands Forest offers many trails. You can visit the forest many times and discover a new path.

Insider tip: Stay in groups and be alert on the whereabouts of the youngsters since you can get lost in the forest.

45. Imhoff Farm

Escape from the urban rush while still being able to offer fun things to do in Cape Town with kids. Imhoff Farm offers the little ones a petting and feeding area with the venue’s charming and fascinating animal residents.

For kids 11 years old and older, more outdoor activities are available with games like paintball or laser tag. Check out the Milkwood Maze if you love puzzles.

Address: Kommetjie Rd, Kommetjie, Cape Town, 7975

Farm area

  • Adults and children – R20
  • Babies – Free
  • Milkwood Maze
  • Adults and children (5 and older) – R50
  • Children under 5* – Free

*An adult paying the R50 entry fee must accompany children under 5 years old.

Why we like it: Imhoff Farm offers plenty of activities to keep the young ones entertained. A variety of things to do is available for adults as well.

Insider tip: Make sure to watch your little ones in the petting area to ensure both they and the animals are safe.

46. Blue Train Park

blue train park - things to do in cape town with kids
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The Blue Train Park is in the stunning oceanfront area of Mouille Point. Besides the Blue Train, there is a dirt bike track, two jungle gyms, climbing rock, and many other activities. Kids can run wild on an outdoor seafront front play area. There are jungle gyms, obstacle courses, soccer fields, and other fantastic play features.

Address: Next to The Light House, Beach Road, Mouille Point

Price: Contact Blue Train Park for this information.

Why we like it: Private parties, school outings, Family Day events, and other activities take place at the Rotary Blue Train Park.

Insider tip: If you want more of the park to yourself, visit during the week.

47. Bugz Playpark

Bugz Playpark has plenty of activities for kids who enjoy climbing, jumping, running, exploring, and thinking. This venue on our things to do in Cape Town with kids list is about helping children learn through fun. Bugz Playpark offers a selection of play areas and activities for specific age groups to ensure every child is safe.

Address: 56 Tarentaal Street, Joostbenbergvlakte, Kraaifontein


  • VIP day pass (3-12, all rides) – R150
  • VIP rainy day pass (rides closed) – R100
  • Adults and teenagers (13+, includes train, excludes rides) – R50
  • Pensioners (includes train, excludes rides) – R45
  • Children under 3 – Free
  • Petting farm – R25 per person (not included in entry fees)

Why we like it: For parents who prefer to relax while the kids play, you can enjoy a meal courtesy of Bugz Playpark.

Insider tip: Children under 3 can enter free, but the park will not allow them on the rides. Make sure to plan if you visit Bugz with the family.

48. Green Point Park

The picturesque scenery of Green Point Park is up next with things to do in Cape Town with kids. The playground at the park will put little ones in their element. A large grassy area is where they can explore freely, while bricked path provides safety for cycling. In addition, there’s also The Creamery, an enticing ice cream parlour just outside the park.

Address: Green Point Park, 1 Fritz Sonnenberg Road, Green Point

Price: Free

Why we like it: The park is ideal for excise enthusiasts and those looking to relax. Bring a camping seat if you’d instead rest your legs while watching the young ones have fun.

Insider tip: Weekends are usually the busiest period at Green Point Park. So plan your visits during the week to avoid crowding.

49. De Waal Park

De Waal Park
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Now we come to this Provincial Heritage Site as we explore things to do in Cape Town with kids. De Waal Park is where you can take the kids and the dogs. The little ones will have plenty of places to explore with a vast open area. Keep the children engaged by taking them to the playground, which features swings, slides, a jungle gym, and more.

Address: Molteno Road, Cape Town Central Business District, Cape Town

Price: Free

Why we like it: De Waal park is ideal for the entire family because it’s an excellent venue for picnics and outdoor activities.

Insider tip: If you love a park activity hub, visit any day except Wednesday. If you want a quieter time at De Waal Park, head there on a Wednesday, from early morning to lunchtime.

50. Ardene Gardens

Botanist Ralph Arderne planted these shady gardens in 1845. Today, Arderne Gardens contain the southern hemisphere’s oldest collection of trees, including gum, bamboo, fir and massive Moreton Bay fig trees. It’s a gorgeous place to spend an afternoon wandering, having a picnic, and letting the kids run around.

Address: 222 Main Road, Claremont

Price: Free, although you are welcome to donate.

Why we like it: Despite its location on the busy Main Road, traffic sounds will fade into nothing if you go deep inside the gardens.

Insider tip: It can be tricky to get parking right in front of the gardens. Make sure you get there early.

51. Choo Choo Park

Take the kids to this charming and safe park in Claremont. Next on our list of things to do in Cape Town with kids is Choo Choo Park. Offering more than enough space, it’s a place where the kids can run around and enjoy the park’s playground. But kids love this spot mainly because of the bright red train in its centre, providing another way for kids to have fun.

Address: 43 Belvedere Road, Claremont

Price: Free

Why we like it: Choo Park supplies ample space, making it great to have a picnic while the little ones enjoy themselves.

Inside tip: Wednesday and Thursday are the least busy periods for the park if you prefer more space for yourself.

52. Silvermine Nature Reserve

Silvermine Nature Reserve
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Silvermine, located in the central section of Table Mountain National Park, offers some of the best hikes in the park and beautiful fynbos landscapes. With its series of hiking trails, Silvermine Nature Reserve offers one route that’s great for children. The route will take you around the reserve’s reservoir. The hike should only take you 20 minutes, making it one of the ideal things to do in Cape Town with kids.

Address: Gates 1 and 2 are off Ou Kaapse Weg, Silvermine Nature Reserve, Table Mountain National Park, Table Mountain Nature Reserve, Cape Town

Price: South African adults pay R36, and children pay half. SADC National adults pay R72, and children pay half. For foreigners, adults pay R144, and children spend half. In addition, the nature reserve charges R25 per vehicle.

Why we like it: Hiking around Silvermine Nature Reserve will reward you with unforgettable views.

Insider tip: Ensure cash (there are no card facilities) when paying for entry. As there is also no cell phone service, plan well in advance if you are meeting others in the reserve.

53. Mouille Point Adventure Playground

Mouille Point Adventure Playground is next on our list of things to do in Cape Town with kids. It has a colourful jungle gym, slides, and fortresses where kids can have adventures with their friends. The Mouille Point Adventure Playground is ideal for young children to interact with one another. At the same time, their parents pack a picnic and relax on the grass. The playground includes a variety of colourful jungle gyms, slides, and fortresses where kids can be creative and have fun with their friends.

Address: Beach Road, Mouille Point

Price: Free

Why we like it: With activities to keep children engaged and ideal picnic conditions, the playground caters to both adults and kids.

Insider tip: Parking can become tricky since the playground shares parking space with other attractions. Make sure to get there early to get a parking spot quickly.

54. Chapman’s Peak

Chapman's Peak
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Ascending from the ocean, Chapman’s Peak is a spectacular mountain featuring a winding coastal road with outstanding views. Besides the famous marine drive, the peak provides a hiking route that branches throughout the hills south of Hout Bay. So whether you’re on Chapman’s Peak Drive or the hiking trail, you’ll catch picturesque views with one of our things to do in Cape Town with kids. Either way, everyone will have an enjoyable time. If you’re travelling on the road, be aware that it is a toll road, with the cost of the toll adjusted yearly.

Address:  Hout Bay

Price: Free unless you take the toll road.

Why we like it: Chapman’s Peak offers activities catering to drivers and hiking enthusiasts.

Insider tip: If you want to try the hiking trail, get there early. Later on, it can get crowded. Travelling along the route then would take a more extended period for you to complete.

55. Lion’s Head Hiking

Up next with things to do in Cape Town with kids is a local classic. Lion’s Head forms part of the Mother City’s incredible skyline. Lion’s Head’s hiking trail is a favourite amongst hikers. The less experienced may be pleased with the trail’s relatively short length (on average, it takes 2 hours to complete the route). The size also makes the trail ideal for children. Make sure you don’t miss the stunning view over Cape Town, Signal Hill, and the Atlantic Ocean.

Address: Signal Hill Road, Signal Hill, Cape Town

Price: Free

Why we like it: The clear signage will allow you to easily spot the route, which will be easy enough for the little ones.

Insider tip: Make sure to hike in a group. Also, ensure that your phone has plenty of power. Finally, even though reception is erratic on Lion’s Head, it would be wise to let a family or friend know that you’re hiking and when you expect to return.

56. Keurboom Park

keurboom - things to do in cape town with kids
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This lush green park in Rondebosch is one of the top things to do in Cape Town with kids. With a backdrop including the renowned Table Mountain, Keurboom Park includes paths for running, walking and cycling. There are also extensive green areas and two play parks, so your young ones will have plenty of fun. Each play park is for specific age groups, one for those under six years and the other for slightly older kids. Keurboom Park also includes a skate park.

Address: Squirrels Way, Rondebosch

Price: Free

Why we like it: While the paths are for runners, walkers and cyclists, pedestrians get right of way over cyclists.

Insider tip: Do you prefer to skip the crowds? Then, visit Keurboom park on Thursdays.

57. Battlefield Live SA

As a unique children’s party idea, consider Battlefield Live SA while searching for things to do in Cape Town with kids. This laser tag centre provides a one-of-a-kind, exciting, and active activity. Their goal is to provide an overall experience consistent in quality, bonding, and, most importantly, fun. In addition, because their weapons fire infrared bullets, there is no pain, and they are much safer and more environmentally friendly than paintball.

Address: Corner of Trovato Link and Wynberg Park, Klaasens Road, Wynberg


Basic Package (up to 14 people)

  • Daily – R2930

Per person rate over 14 people (up to 20 people)

  • Daily – R195

Why we like it: Battlefield Live SA promises adrenaline-packed fun.

Insider tip: Book ahead to ensure you get an appropriate time slot.

58. Putt Putt

Putt Putt
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Putt Putt is an outdoor miniature golf course that is enjoyable for the entire family. Find out who will be the ultimate winner of the 18 holes. Each obstacle course is unique, testing the accuracy and luck of players. Putt Putt has proven to be a favourite among young and old and will most likely continue to do so.

Address: Beach Road, Sea Point

Price: R40 per player for 18 holes

Why we like it: Putt Putt adds to the many attractions along the coast, from Sea Point to Green Point.

Insider tip: Putt Putt’s busier periods mean you’ll end up waiting for another group to finish a hole. It might also be a long wait if they struggle to finish). To avoid waiting, visit this attraction on a Friday.

59. Battery Park @ V&A Waterfront

Battery Park at the V&A Waterfront offers many exciting outdoor activities with the background of Table Mountain. Continuing our guide to things to do in Cape Town with kids, the park includes a skate park, playground, pedestrian paths, and more. There’s also an area with seating where everyone can rest their legs and fill up with a picnic.

Address: 19 Dock Road, Victoria & Alfred Waterfront

Price: Prices vary

Why we like it: Battery Park is ideal for both young and old, energetic and relaxed.

Insider tip: If you prefer more space to yourself, visit the park on Monday or Friday.

60. The Jolly Roger Pirate Boat

Now for the final item on our things to do in Cape Town with kids list. If you dare, host your child’s next birthday party on board the fearsome Jolly Roger Pirate boat, which moors in the V&A Waterfront. Tickets include a trip to sea on a real pirate ship (weather permitting), a party box, décor, and activities.

Address: Shop 7A, 5 W, Quay Road, Victoria & Alfred Waterfront


Robinson Cruise

  • 1-12 children – R250 per child
  • 1-24 children  R290 per child

Captain Hook

  • 1-12 children – R280 per child
  • 1-24 children – R320 per child

Private kids party

  • 1 hour 45 minutes exclusive venue – R7500

Parents of birthday children get free entry.

Why we like it: Your little ones will get to play at being pirates and engage their imaginations.

Insider tip: If you spot a dolphin and make it known, you’ll have to walk the plank. So, if you see one, keep it to yourself!

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